DHIS2 End-user Manual

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Table of Contents

About this guide
1. About demo server, live package and database design
1.1. Using the DHIS2 demo server
1.2. Using the DHIS2 live package
1.2.1. Starting the DHIS2 Live package
1.2.2. Downloading and installing the server version
1.3. Logging on to DHIS2
1.4. Logging out of DHIS2
1.5. Quick intro to designing a DHIS2 database
1.5.1. The organisational hierarchy
1.5.2. Data Elements
1.5.3. Datasets and data entry forms
1.5.4. Validation rules
1.5.5. Indicators
1.5.6. Report tables and reports
1.5.7. GIS
1.5.8. Charts and dashboard
2. Using the Data Entry app
2.1. About the Data Entry app
2.2. Enter data in a data entry form
2.3. Mark a data value for follow-up
2.4. Edit data values in a completed data entry form
2.5. Display a data value's history
2.6. Display a data value's audit trail
2.7. Create minimum maximum value range manually
2.8. Enter data offline
2.9. Enable multi-organisation unit data entry
2.10. See also
3. Control data quality
3.1. About data quality checks
3.2. Validation rule analysis
3.2.1. About validation rule analysis
3.2.2. Workflow
3.2.3. Schedule a validation rule analysis to run automatically
3.2.4. Run a validation rule analysis manually
3.2.5. See also
3.3. Standard deviation outlier analysis
3.3.1. About standard deviation outlier analysis
3.3.2. Run a standard deviation outlier analysis
3.3.3. Modify a standard deviation outlier value
3.4. Minimum maximum outlier analysis
3.4.1. About minimum maximum value based outlier analysis
3.4.2. Workflow
3.4.3. Configure a minimum maximum outlier analysis
3.4.4. Run a minimum maximum outlier analysis
3.5. Follow-up analysis
3.5.1. About follow-up analysis
3.5.2. Create list of data values marked for follow-up
4. Using reporting functionality
4.1. Reporting functionality in DHIS2
4.2. Using standard reports
4.3. Using dataset reports
4.4. Using resources
4.5. Using reporting rate summary
4.6. Using organisation unit distribution reports
4.7. Generate analytics tables
5. Analyze data in pivot tables
5.1. About the Pivot Table app
5.2. Create a pivot table
5.2.1. Select dimension items
5.2.2. Modify pivot table layout
5.3. Change the display of your pivot table
5.4. Manage favorites
5.4.1. Open a favorite
5.4.2. Save a favorite
5.4.3. Rename a favorite
5.4.4. Write an interpretation for a favorite
5.4.5. Subscribe to a favorite
5.4.6. Create a link to a favorite
5.4.7. Delete a favorite
5.4.8. View interpretations based on relative periods
5.5. Download data from a pivot table
5.5.1. Download table layout data format
5.5.2. Download plain data source format
5.5.3. Download a CSV format without rendering data in the web browser
5.6. Embed a pivot table in an external web page
5.7. Visualize pivot table data as a chart or a map
5.7.1. Open a pivot table as a chart
5.7.2. Open a pivot table selection as a chart
5.7.3. Open a pivot table as a map
5.7.4. Open a pivot table selection as a map
6. Using the Data Visualizer app
6.1. About the Data Visualizer app
6.2. Create a chart
6.3. Select a chart type
6.4. Select dimension items
6.4.1. Select indicators
6.4.2. Select data elements
6.4.3. Select reporting rates
6.4.4. Select fixed and relative periods
6.4.5. Select organisation units
6.4.6. Select additional dimension items
6.5. Select series, category and filter
6.6. Change the display of your chart
6.7. Manage favorites
6.7.1. Open a favorite
6.7.2. Save a favorite
6.7.3. Rename a favorite
6.7.4. Write an interpretation for a favorite
6.7.5. Subscribe to a favorite
6.7.6. Create a link to a favorite
6.7.7. Delete a favorite
6.7.8. View interpretations based on relative periods
6.8. Download a chart as an image or a PDF
6.9. Download chart data source
6.10. Embed charts in any web page
6.11. Open a chart as a pivot table or as a map
7. Using the GIS app
7.1. About the GIS app
7.2. Create a new thematic map
7.3. Manage event layers
7.3.1. Create or modify event layer
7.3.2. Turn off cluster
7.3.3. Modify cluster style
7.3.4. Modify information in event pop-up windows
7.3.5. Clear event layer
7.4. Manage facility layers
7.4.1. Create or modify a facility layer
7.4.2. Search for an organisation unit
7.4.3. Clear facility layer
7.5. Manage facilities in a layer
7.5.1. Relocate a facility
7.5.2. Swap longitude and latitude of a facility
7.5.3. Display facility information
7.6. Manage thematic layers 1- 4
7.6.1. Create or modify a thematic layer
7.6.2. Filter values in a thematic layer
7.6.3. Search for an organisation unit
7.6.4. Navigate between organisation hierarchies
7.6.5. Clear thematic layer
7.7. Manage boundary layers
7.7.1. Create or modify boundary layers
7.7.2. Search for organisation units
7.7.3. Navigate between organisation hierarchies
7.7.4. Clear boundary layer
7.8. Manage Earth Engine layer
7.8.1. Create or modify an Earth Engine layer
7.9. Add external map layers
7.10. Manage map favorites
7.10.1. Save a map as a favorite
7.10.2. Open a favorite
7.10.3. Rename a favorite
7.10.4. Overwrite a favorite
7.10.5. Share a map interpretation
7.10.6. Modify sharing settings for a favorite
7.10.7. Delete a favorite
7.11. Save a map as an image
7.12. Embed a map in an external web page
7.13. Search for a location
7.14. Measure distances and areas in a map
7.15. Get the latitude and longitude at any location
7.16. View a map as a pivot table or chart
7.16.1. Open a map as a chart
7.16.2. Open a map as a pivot table
7.17. See also
8. Using the Maps app
8.1. About the Maps app
8.2. Create a new map
8.3. Manage event layers
8.3.1. Create an event layer
8.3.2. Modify an event layer
8.3.3. Modify information in event pop-up windows
8.3.4. Clear event layer
8.4. Manage facility layers
8.4.1. Create a facility layer
8.4.2. Create or modify a facility layer
8.4.3. Filter values in a facility layer
8.4.4. Search for a facility
8.4.5. Remove facility layer
8.4.6. Manage facilities in a layer
8.5. Manage thematic layers
8.5.1. Create a thematic layer
8.5.2. Modify a thematic layer
8.5.3. Filter values in a thematic layer
8.5.4. Search for an organisation unit
8.5.5. Navigate between organisation hierarchies
8.5.6. Remove thematic layer
8.6. Manage boundary layers
8.6.1. Create a boundary layer
8.6.2. Modify a boundary layer
8.6.3. Filter values in a boundary layer
8.6.4. Search for an organisational unit
8.6.5. Navigate between organisation hierarchies
8.6.6. Remove boundary layer
8.7. Manage Earth Engine layer
8.7.1. Create an Earth Engine layer
8.8. Add external map layers
8.9. Manage map favorites
8.9.1. Open a favorite
8.9.2. Save a map as a new favorite
8.9.3. Overwrite the current favorite
8.9.4. Rename a favorite
8.9.5. Delete a favorite
8.9.6. Modify sharing settings for a favorite
8.9.7. Share a map interpretation
8.10. Save a map as an image
8.11. Search for a location
8.12. Measure distances and areas in a map
8.13. Get the latitude and longitude at any location
8.14. See also
9. Managing dashboards
9.1. About dashboards
9.2. Dashboard and control bar
9.2.1. Searching in the list of dashboards
9.2.2. Customizing the height of the control bar
9.3. Creating a dashboard
9.3.1. Adding items to the dashboard
9.3.2. Removing items
9.3.3. Saving the dashboard
9.4. Editing an existing dashboard
9.4.1. Translating dashboard title and description
9.4.2. Deleting a dashboard
9.5. Viewing a dashboard
9.5.1. Starred dashboards
9.5.2. Filtering a dashboard
9.5.3. Dashboard items with charts, pivot tables and maps
9.5.4. Interpretations
9.5.5. Sharing a dashboard
10. Messaging
10.1. About messages and feedback messages
10.2. Create a message
10.3. Read a message
10.4. Create a feedback message
10.5. Manage validation and feedback messages
10.6. Configure feedback message function
11. Set user account preferences

List of Tables

5.1. Data dimension types
5.2. Pivot table options
5.3. Available formats
6.1. Chart types
6.2. Selection modes
6.3. Chart options
6.4. Available formats
7.1. View organisation unit information
8.1. View organisation unit information
10.1. Feedback handling tools

List of Examples

3.1.
5.1. Example pivot table with data elements as columns and periods as rows.
6.1. Chart illustrating the concepts of series, categories and filter
9.1.
9.2.